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A striking journey through the shapes of numbers covering the period from Euclid’s codification (3rd century BC) to the threshold of non-Euclidean geometry (19th century).
A journey through the universe illustrating the various representations elaborated by astronomers and scientists between the 16th and 18th centuries.
The making of glass objects and devices as a contribution to increasing the scientific and technological knowledge of antiquity and a basis for the “scientific” rediscovery of this material in the Renaissance.
A journey through the time of nature – from ultra-long periods since the Earth was formed and life evolved to ultra-short periods of chemical reactions.
Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman instruments are evidence of the long journey of mankind towards precise measurements of dimensions and time.